Kaya Kaya Wunju!! It is our pleasure to share with you our traditional First Nation culture in Australia. We help people understand and enjoy our ancient heritage through music, dance and storytelling. Wadumbah means ‘Big Flood Waters’, and they truly live up to their name. Their presentation is visually spectacular, with their traditional Aboriginal tribal paint and dynamic dance style. Coupled with powerful didgeridoo playing and woven together with stories of dreaming, our shows guarantee a breathtaking experience.
Our performances are tailored to suit a wide range of events and venues, including concert and festival spots, event ceremonies, street parties and children/ family shows and Welcome To Country presentations.
We are an exciting, professional Aboriginal dance group from the South-West of Western Australia. Led by renowned didgeridoo player James T Webb, the group offers a variety of performances from ten-minute power performances to longer shows.
Traditional Aboriginal Dance
Aboriginal Music & Storytelling
Our passion was to share information about our culture through a medium that would capture the attention of schools and the general public so we began training and practicing our dance, storytelling and music.
Eventually, people began to notice our group and offered us a chance to perform at schools, agencies, corporations and festivals. We went on to perform at big opening ceremonies for different entertainment venues, suburbs and businesses. Then came a few tours overseas to different countries. This was exciting and gave us the opportunity to share our culture with those host countries.
Every performance and presentation is executed with due diligence to our culture and elders, women and men.
We’re on time, fully prepared and enjoy what we do. We have known right from the very beginning that for anyone to enjoy and take our shows seriously we have to be organised and free to express our creativity within the boundaries of our traditional Noongar content.